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  • Laundro C.

    Thanks for the input guys; really good resources; really funny, it's just that I love the Cartoon characters that came with the theme, I don't see anything wrong with using it, but I should think more long term Branding strategies..

    October 30, 2014

  • Laundro C.

    Steve, forgot to ask on Monday, when we purchase a particular Theme, do we have the right to use those Images or Stock Graphics that came bundled with the Theme? Will we violate Copyright if we take that logo image & use it for something other than the theme..?

    For the next meet-up; can you briefly touch upon how to properly use Analytics..?

    thx... -Kevin

    October 29, 2014

  • David M.


    I'm not a lawyer and can't give you legal advice. However, usually the theme does not include the rights for the images used. Graphics is a sometimes - depending on implementation. Read the copyright information from the theme developer carefully.

    However, I think the better question for you is, "Should you be using a logo and image that came prepackaged in a publicly available theme?"

    2 · October 29, 2014

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